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VIDEO: Julie Andrews Talks 50th Anniversary of MARY POPPINS on 'Today'

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Stage and screen legend Julie and Andrews and her daughter Emma Walter Hamilton stopped by this morning's TODAY show to talk about working together on their new children's book, 'The Very Fairy Princess,' the eighth book in the series and their 28th collaboration. Andrews also talked about the upcoming 50th anniversary of the classic Disney film 'Mary Poppins'. "It goes by so fast," noted Andrews, "So enjoy the moment!"

Check out the appearance below!

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VIDEO: Julie Andrews Talks 50th Anniversary of MARY POPPINS on 'Today'


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